The Role of the Transcriptional Response to DNA Replication Stress
AbstractDuring DNA replication many factors can result in DNA replication stress. The DNA replication stress checkpoint prevents the accumulation of replication stress-induced DNA damage and the potential ensuing genome instability. A critical role for post-translational modifications, such as phosphorylation, in the replication stress checkpoint response has been well established. However, recent work has revealed an important role for transcription in the cellular response to DNA replication stress. In this review, we will provide an overview of current knowledge of the cellular response to DNA replication stress with a specific focus on the DNA replication stress checkpoint transcriptional response and its role in the prevention of replication stress-induced DNA damage. View Full-Text
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Herlihy, A.E.; de Bruin, R.A. The Role of the Transcriptional Response to DNA Replication Stress. Genes 2017, 8, 92.
Herlihy AE, de Bruin RA. The Role of the Transcriptional Response to DNA Replication Stress. Genes. 2017; 8(3):92.Chicago/Turabian Style
Herlihy, Anna E.; de Bruin, Robertus A. 2017. "The Role of the Transcriptional Response to DNA Replication Stress." Genes 8, no. 3: 92.
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